Sometimes worry becomes such a burden that it keeps you from handling the very difficulties that you are trying to resolve. In this helpful book, you’ll find ten ways to reduce worry in your life, including learning to locate your worry-sources, learning to interrupt yourself, putting your worry to work, re-framing, learning to live in the present, and entrusting yourself to joy. Author Gretchen Thompson provides stories, examples, practical strategies, and fresh perspectives to help you identify—and manage—your personal sources of worry.
Gretchen Thompson, Author
Gretchen L. Thompson is a chaplain through Allina Health Systems, and a writer-in-residence at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities. She is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister who has served First Universalist Church in Minneapolis, Unity Church—Unitarian in St. Paul, and the Unitarian Church of Willmar, Minnesota. Her other professional experience includes teaching English and working in hospice and mental health chaplaincy. She holds a bachelor of arts degree from Carleton College and a master of divinity degree from United Theological Seminary.